Trusted by the United States Air Force, Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology provides a practical, hands-on education. The school has trained more than 140,000 pilots and technicians. There are four campuses in Los Angeles, Riverside, Denver, and Tulsa. Students can choose programs in HVAC, nondestructive testing, or aviation. Options differ by location, and some involve online courses.
Programs & Courses
- Aircraft Mechanic
Inglewood, CA 8911 Aviation Blvd., Inglewood, CA 90301
Riverside, CA 4130 Mennes Ave., Riverside, CA 92509
Broomfield, CO 10851 West 120th Ave., Broomfield, CO 80021
Tulsa, OK (Main Campus) 8820 East Pine St., Tulsa, OK 74115
Tulsa, OK (Flight Campus, Richard L. Jones Airport) 123 Cessna Dr., Tulsa, OK 74132
Financial Aid Services
Staff members are ready to help people find a way to fund their schooling. Spartan College determines financial aid awards by need, availability, and academic record. Qualified candidates should complete the FAFSA to begin the process. Scholarships may be available, but eligibility varies by campus and area of study.
There are many resources for enrollees, including housing and job postings. In Tulsa, Spartan College hosts a library of books and materials focused on aviation. Databases and other digital media are also accessible. The college store sells textbooks and equipment needed for training.
Veteran and Military Services
Most programs at Spartan College accept VA benefits. These could consist of the GI Bill, Veterans Administration Vocational Rehabilitation, Dependent Educational Assistance, or several others. Vets do not have to pay application fees. The Director of Military Admissions can answer any enrollment questions for those in the armed forces.
Graduates have access to a number of useful tools. As a lifetime benefit, counselors assist in career placement. Members of the Alumni Association can attend special lectures and receive important news updates. Spartan College grads are encouraged to share their work experiences.